“50 years from the first successful bone marrow transplantation in a child:
the achievements that changed the perspectives”
(dedicated to Prof. G. R. Burgio)
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Hotel Acquaviva del Garda
via Francesco Agello, 84 (località Rivoltella), Desenzano del Garda (BS).
The Hotel is on the costal road that goes from Desenzano to Sirmione.
How to reach the venue
By car: Autostrada A4 Milano-Venezia, Sirmione exit.
By train: alight in Desenzano Station and continue by bus or by taxi.
Registration is free of charge but mandatory because places are limited.
You can register online from this website.
All delegates who have registered and attended the meeting will be given an Attendance Certificates at the end of the meeting.
The Organizing Secretariat declines any responsibility for incidents, damage or loss during the meeting.
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08.30 Opening: welcome messages
Ezio Belleri, General Director, Spedali Civili, Brescia
Raffaele Spiazzi, Medical Director, Children’s Hospital, Brescia
Francesca Bonifazi, President GITMO
Marzia Duse, President SIAIP
Franca Fagioli, President AIEOP
09.10 A pioneer of bone marrow transplantation in children in Italy: Prof. Roberto Burgio (1919-2014)
09.30 Richard Gatti, Emeritus Professor UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, USA
The first successful bone marrow transplantation in a SCID child: 1968
State of the Art in Inborn Errors
Chairmen: Arjan Lankester and Fulvio Porta
09.50 Arjan Lankester, Chairman of the Inborn Errors Working Party EBMT, Leiden, The Netherlands
From the first successful bone marrow transplantation in Europe in 1968 to the actual
treatment of Primary Immunodeficiencies
10.10 Andrew Gennery, Chair of Clinical Working Party-ESID, Newcastle, UK
The ESID network for the new indications to bone marrow transplantation in Inborn Errors
10.30 Fulvio Porta, Oncohaematology and BMT Unit, Children’s Hospital, Brescia, Italy
Bone marrow transplantation in Inborn Errors in Italy
10.50 Coffee break
State of the Art in Oncohaematology
Chairmen: Domenico Russo and Nicolaus Kröger
11.20 Nicolaus Kröger, President EBMT, Hamburg, Germany
EBMT: a clinical and scientific tool to fight oncohaematological diseases
11.40 Francesca Bonifazi, President GITMO, Bologna, Italy
The GITMO experience of the last 30 years
12.00 Franca Fagioli, President AIEOP, Torino, Italy
Bone marrow transplantation in children affected by oncohaematological diseases
12.20 Marco Zecca, President Elect AIEOP, Pavia, Italy
Bone marrow transplantation in haemoglobinopathies
The achievements that changed the perspectives
Chairmen: Fabio Ciceri and Selim Corbacioglu
14.00 Peter Lang, Univerisitäts Klinik für Kinder, Tübingen, Germany
Stem cell manipulation
14.20 Fabio Ciceri, Haematology and BMT Unit, Ospedale S. Raffaele, Milano, Italy
Identification of risk factors for post transplant endothelial complications
14.40 Selim Corbacioglu, Pädiatrische Hämatologie, Onkologie und Stammzelltransplantation
Universitätsklinikum Regensburg, Germany
VOD criteria diagnosis and treatment
15.00 Corrado Girmenia, Department of Haeamatology, Policlinico Umberto I, Rome, Italy
New strategies to fight Infectious complications
15.20 Coffee break
15.40 Alessandro Busca, Department of Haematology and BMT Unit, Torino, Italy
The choice of the donor: volunteer versus alternative
16.00 Fulvio Porta, Oncohaematology and BMT Unit, Children’s Hospital, Brescia, Italy
Post-transplant immunity and adoptive therapies
Novel medical and economical approaches to bone marrow transplantation
Chairmen: Andrea Bacigalupo and Francesca Bonifazi
16.20 Michael Pulsipher, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, USA
Bone marrow transplantation in western countries: economical, organizational, research and staff aspects
16.40 Stalin Ramprakash, Bone marrow transplant Unit, Aster Hospital, Bangaluru, India
Bone marrow transplantation in emerging countries
17.00 Andrea Bacigalupo, Former President EBMT, Rome, Italy
The next fifty years.